(4.5)·By Luke D·Other· Oct 2018
I didn't think this course would be as professional as it is. This course aims you for not only performing but also teaching which can be used as a back up plan if performing fails. There is a lot of research that needs to be done and essays but it doesn't matter if you're not comfortable with this at the beginning. You will learn and will get help from anyone!
I'm in ensuite accommodation which is catered. It is definitely worth the money and the amount of food you are entitled to at breakfast, dinner and brunch (at the weekend) is more than enough. Pros: spacious, make it your own. Cons: cleaning inspection every two weeks, only put stuff on your noticeboards.
I'm on the Bognor Campus which will suit all kinds of people. There's the sea front, night clubs, pubs, park and a Butlins less than 2 minutes walk away. The area may not be as nice as Chichester but it is definitely guided more towards teens.
There are two libraries - one on the Bognor campus and one on Chichester campus. They have apple computers and there are more than enough of them. The Bognor library tends to be fairly quiet so you're pretty much guaranteed to get a computer. You can get almost any book and if they don't have it there's a chance that they can buy it in for you if they feel it would be suitable for many others as well. The library is forever expanding. The SU bar on the Bognor campus is small compared to Chichester. However, this is defintely a good thing! You don't have to queue to get in or queue to get a drink. They still put on great nights! i.e. toga toga party, school disco, beach party, traffic light party. There are no sports facilities on the Bognor campus (apart from tennis courts which don't seem to get used) but there is a gym and everything else, sports wise, on the Chichester campus.
There are loads of clubs and societies that you can join. From a Tough Guy challenge, to an ultimate frisbee club, to a music society. There is anything and everything to keep you busy!
A lot of your evenings are spent at the